Hello! I would try job search engines such as Indeed. Also, update your LinkedIn profile and start making connections. Pick a company you REALLY like and believe in and follow them. Find people that work in that company doing what you want to do and reach out to them. Tell them you really admire the company and tell them your interested in setting up an informational interview at their convenience. Once you e made the connection and some the interview ask how one might go about getting an internship. They might be able to help you get your foot in the door. If you need any help on making connections please feel free to set up a call with me!
If you are considering internships in USA for international students, you are in an ambitious group of students hungry for invaluable global experience. Studying abroad or being an au pair is not the only way to intimately understand American culture. In addition to managing the world’s largest economy, the U.S. controls one third of the world’s media, is home to several notable fashion labels, and runs a massive sports industry that trickles out throughout the world. When you think of some of the biggest hotel chains, American names like Hilton, Marriott, and Wyndham may come to mind.
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